April 2002
GP: General Practitioner;4/8/2002, p81
Presents a travel advice on the specific risks of several diseases worldwide. Benefit of the information on the travelers; Contribution of the Department of Travel Medicine at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in providing the data; Medical advice on the risks.


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